Jeffrey Collé in the News
Did Beyoncé and Jay Z Just Buy This Multimillion-Dollar Hamptons Mansion?
The 7.1 acre parcel on Georgica Pond in East Hampton Village is returning to the market with plans in place for a new house designed as a collaboration between designer Steven Gambrel and Jeffrey Colle’.
HOUSE OF THE DAY: This $33 Million Historic Mansion In The Hamptons Is A Stunner
Although Alec Baldwin announced he was done with New York in 2014, he isn’t going anywhere. Jeffrey Collé has been working to remove all the non-historical additions while at the same time bringing the house “Up to the standards of 21st century living.
Jeffrey Colle’s “The Pond House” located by Georgica Pond in East Hampton is featured as the Business Insider’s “House of the Day.” This house, originally built over a 100 years ago by “American Renaissance” architect Stanford White, has been renewed to create a luxury “Old World Meets New World” feel.
Just as every artist has a style, Design Builders do as well. Jeffrey Colle’s is known for his classic “Old World Craftsmanship” feel. He uses antique, wide-plank flooring, often imported from Europe which is always custom, and often executed on site.
The timeline is also important to clients. With a reputable builder, you can be confident they will deliver. “The average time after the foundation is complete is about one year. The average time to complete the design portion is three to four months,” Collé says.
High-end Hamptons designer/builder and Wainscott resident Jeffrey Collé, whose celebrity clients include Alec Baldwin, Donna Karan and Billy Joel, has an 8,000 square foot property at 173 David’s Lane in Water Mill that comes complete with a pool and a pool house.
Luxury home builder Jeffrey Collé has launched a new design-build initiative on the East End with the support of Sotheby’s for a turnkey custom solution. Buyers of land through Sotheby’s are then referred to Collé to create a custom home. At an average cost of $600 per square foot, including builder and architectural fees, Collé’s pricing is competitive for high-end residential construction.
Now, more than before, people want to see how the house lays out and how the house functions. That’s protocol now,” according to design-builderJeffrey Collé, owner of J C Construction Management in Wainscott.
Jeffrey Collé Creates the Hamptons’ One-Stop Resource for Custom Dream Homes
Solariums with screens for fresh air in summer, and screened or covered porches that link a house with patio and pool are also coveted features, says Jeffrey Collé, whose firm designs and builds homes throughout the Hamptons.
Wainscott-based design-builder Jeffrey Collé, owner of J C Construction Management, fears there will not be enough time for the dunes to re-network and knit themselves together before the next big storm – opening up homes to more serious flooding as temperatures plummet. “Now, more than ever, is the time to winterize,” he said.
Collé also notes that in addition to his spec home development, a growing number of buyers have enlisted him to acquire prime land for custom projects.
For a time we thought we’d move in here. Instead it became our escape,” says Donna Karan of the Greenwich Village art studio designed by Jeffrey Collé and her late husband, Stephan Weiss.
Design-builder Jeffrey Collé is so meticulous about the luxury homes he builds in the Hamptons, that even a single bathtub, in a single master bedroom, has a story.
If you are interested in buying a house in the Hamptons, you will definitely be referred to one of the most popular and distinguished design-builders in the area, Jeffrey Collé
The Massapequa-bred builder remembers ‘300-acre estates with magnificent greenhouses, polo fields, and stables.’ With such influences, it’s no surprise that he builds houses that are both vast and echo those places he knew when he was young.
It’s another masterpiece from Hamptons top design-builder Jeffrey Collé. He meticulously renovated this 100-year-old home, combining Old World craftsmanship with state-of-the-art modern amenities.
‘Living Large’ air date July 19, 2013 – It’s a palatial summer cottage with room, and rooms to spare, on Georgica Pond, one of the Hamptons’ most elite neighborhoods.
Watch the Video – Erratum: The selling price of The Pond House is $28,995,000.
Distinguished by an unwavering adherence to Old World craftsmanship, exquisite custom details and superior materials, Jeffrey creates expansive luxury homes that epitomize the Hamptons’ lifestyle.
Renowned Hamptons builder Jeffrey Collé’s recent build at 18 Main Street in Wainscott is a study in detail, quality, craftsmanship, and design.”
Originally designed by Stanford White as a studio for artist Edward Brodney, The Pond House sits on a 17-acre preserve and spans 12,000 square feet with six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a guest cottage.
Jeffrey Collé and his company J.C. Construction, are determined to dispel the most pessimistic claims about the local housing industry with a portfolio of preservation-minded projects.
For nearly 40 years, Long Island native Jeffrey Collé has been designing and building some of the most beautiful homes in the Hamptons.
At 18 Wainscott Main Street in Wainscott, a 6,800 square foot speculative home currently listed for $8.5 million, Collé included a 3,600 square foot exterior space – larger than many American homes. It includes two porches, a mahogany deck and a pool house with the option to add an outdoor fireplace – if the four fireplaces inside the house are not enough.
Mr. Collé, who said that today’s buyers are ‘less interested in cookie-cutter houses’ and more passionate about custom-designed homes, said that he has been seeing more and more demand for ‘bigger and better’ residences.
“The more generations there are, the more versatile the house has to be,” said home designer Jeffrey Collé, who has overseen new multigenerational home builds in New York’s tony Hamptons area.
A Collé home has become synonymous with quality, great views, and custom craftsmanship. Just ask one of the many East End icons who have a Collé design – Donna Karan, Billy Joel, Alec Baldwin. A home built by Jeffrey Collé is truly one-of-a-kind.
Hamptons-based designer/builder Jeffrey Collé says his home has a 400-square-foot closet clad in antique black walnut with arched doorways, cathedral ceilings and an adjacent gym and sitting room—features that many clients have since requested.
Anyone who says, ‘They don’t build them like they used to’ hasn’t met Jeffrey Collé.
Homeowners are seeking open, spacious bedrooms with cathedral ceilings, large his-and-her walk-in closets, and even bigger master bathrooms, complete with double sinks, vanity televisions for him and televisions near the bathtub for her, says Collé.
Among the recommendations from Jeffrey Collé , a Hamptons contractor who builds mostly high-end homes, is to install impact-resistant glass in window and doors, which is available in different types and degrees of resistance. “It’s pretty tough stuff,” he says. “You can get glass that’s virtually bulletproof.”
I don’t care how much money you have, you’re not fighting Mother Nature,” said Jeffrey Collé, a luxury builder based on Long Island.
Jeffrey Collé approaches the design and construction of each home he builds as if it were his own.
Jeffrey Collé, a Hamptons-based designer/builder, says that the Northeast region has seen a trend toward old-fashioned wood flooring. To achieve the look, he has used resurfaced and restored wood from barns and antique homes.
Renowned East End builder Jeffrey Collé is responsible for building some of the most prestigious properties in the Hamptons. Known for his craftsmanship and design Collé also has a reputation for building houses that withstand the tests of weather.
“Jeffrey Collé is known for building some of the most elegant homes on the East End. He blends old world craftsmanship with modern day luxury.”
Whether Collé is designing a new home or renovating an old one, his work is superior. Intricate moldings, spectacular wood flooring and unique architectural designs are carefully recreated or renovated to precision.
In the 34 years since Collé started his own company, he’s carved out a niche for custom-designed Hamptons spec homes, building and renovating properties for the likes of Donna Karan, Billy Joel and Alec Bladwin.”
’The lower-end market is very, very hot,’ said Collé, who has recently refocused his business on building homes in the $10 million range, as opposed to the $20 million range
An East Hampton, N.Y., home originally designed by architect Stanford White … is owned by builder Jeffrey Collé, who spent two years renovating and refurbishing the property, including rotating the home 90 degrees so it has views of Georgica Pond.
With a preference for Old World details and finishes, Collé often employs a French chalk finish found in European castles that takes eight steps, all done by hand.
This 12,000 square foot home on Georgia Pond in East Hampton is the latest work of art from THE Hamptons builder to the rich and famous Jeffrey Collé.
Jeff Collé is the premier contractor in the Hamptons.
“Designed by high-end East End contractor Jeffrey Collé, the house is a vast, shingle-style environment with flooring reclaimed from centuries-old houses, handblown glass butler’s cabinets, and more systems than can be found on an ocean liner: hydronic heating, geothermal cooling, and remote-controlled everything.”
Collé’s trademarks are his historically correct construction techniques and attention to Old World detail.
Jeffrey Collé, the designer-developer based in Wainscott, specializes in houses — big lavish houses — that look old and act new.
Mr. Collé specializes in high-end restorations, and designs and builds what he calls ‘custom houses for sale.’ He prides himself on attention to detail.
The celebrity owner teamed up with an empathetic East Hampton builder, Jeffrey Collé, owner of J.C. Construction Management. The interiors were completed and the owner was so moved with pleasure she burst into tears. ‘She knew what she wanted and she got it,’ says Collé.